Robert Grosseteste on motion, bodies, and light

British Journal for the History of Philosophy 29 (6):1034-1053 (2021)
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The article dissects Grosseteste’s theory of the origin of bodily motion discussed in De motu corporali et luce. The first section examines Grosseteste’s discussion of the metaphysical structure of...

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Nicola Polloni
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